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The ICC International Court of Arbitration is to build a LGBTQIA network in its latest move to champion diversity and inclusivity
30 July 2021
The Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution has revealed that in the past 12 months to date, 57 new cases have submitted to it, representing 16% of its total caseload over the past 11 years.
22 July 2021
The Vienna International Arbitration Centre has adopted new investment arbitration and mediation rules that it says are particularly suited for smaller claims that “fall through the cracks” – while also updating its standard rules to address third-party funding and remote hearings.
21 July 2021
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has announced the arbitrators who will hear disputes and doping cases arising during the Tokyo Olympics.
15 July 2021
The Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration has revealed that it received 67 new cases in 2020 – with construction disputes accounting for 31% of the total – and that in the first half of this year it has already registered 56.
13 July 2021
As one of her first acts as president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Claudia Salomon has called for interested candidates to participate in a newly created task force on disability inclusion and international arbitration.
09 July 2021
A Canadian appeal court has ruled that Russia can submit new evidence in its bid to set aside a jurisdictional award in a US$700 million Energy Charter Treaty case brought by a Yukos investor.
07 July 2021
In an interview with GAR, Singapore’s minister of law K Shanmugam explains why reports earlier this year that SIAC has overtaken the ICC in case numbers were not quite accurate and responds to the findings of the Queen Mary and White & Case survey that Singapore has levelled with London as “most preferred” arbitration seat worldwide.
06 July 2021
Claudia Salomon has begun her term as president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, supported by a new ICC court, the most diverse to date.
01 July 2021
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has revealed that, in the past eight years, the average arbitration at the centre has lasted 13 months, from date of commencement to date of the award or decision, and cost US$64,606.
29 June 2021
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